Female-on-male harassment is rare, we’ll give you that. But when one worker complained to four separate managers about a female employee’s behavior, the only advice he got was to walk around singing “I’m too sexy for my shirt.”
Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) seems to get harder by the day. The newest development? Firms will soon be on the hook for ensuring their company websites are in line with the disability bias law.
A lot of managers are under pressure to cut spending. But it’s up to you to make sure they aren’t making this costly mistake.
How can a company get charged with denying FMLA rights to an employee even though the company granted the request for FMLA leave?
Be careful. President Obama and congressional Democrats have declared war on companies that wrongly classify employees as independent contractors.
There’s no doubt that a lot of people are suffering out there today — either due to heavier workloads or, worse yet, unemployment. But HR and Benefits pros may be the lucky ones.
Certain you paid your second quarter employment taxes but received a failure-to-deposit penalty notice anyway? Here’s some relief.
Congress is set to consider yet another law on pay discrimination — and if it passes, employers are not going to be happy.
A provision tucked into a small business jobs bill that Congress just passed would broaden the appeal of 401(k) plans.